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the city through bank rupsy, facing off with the lgbt community and recent increase in officer-involved shootings but this arson might be toughest. >> attempt to instill fear failed. >> and he calls it a malicious act. and is leaving the building a turned out shell. this is the latest including someone breaking windows, dumping trash and stealing his motorcycle from city hall. >> i will say the number of acts of vandalism which i have been subjected to causes me to believe this is related to my position as mayor and not as my position as an attorney. >> neither the mayor nor investigators will speculate about why he's being targeted. he's been confronted over several shootings in this city and called on the attorney general to investigate. residents support him. >> he's hoping that things will go well. >> i think it's envelope that this criminal element is running rampant in the city. >> the city is concerned about his safety. >> police officers have provided he extra security. the lieutenant says the possibility of domestic terrorism has not been ruled out. >> this is serious,
is known as a tollerant city but tonight what leaders said enough is enough whit comes to public nudity. introducing a measure restricting where people are allowed to be in the buff. abc 7 is live in the epicenter often in the castro. people will be surprised to know there is no state law against public nudity. >> that is right. it only deals with lewd, nude behavior, and not nudity itself. last year you might remember san francisco supervisors passed a law requiring nudists to put a towel or something down on the seat before they sit. and the man behind that measure has been pushing for new restrictions. >> on a nice day, this man enjoys baring it all. these a are the so called naked guys. >> this is a neighborhood that has limited public space and our town square is now almost every day a nudist colony. it's not okay. >> the supervisor scott weiner proposed public nudity be restricted to what he calls appropriate venues including bay to breakers, folsom street fair and the beach. he says his district, the castro has seen a skyrocketing increase in people who like to display their priv
and the city of san francisco. >> this is going to be many events bringing people to the water front and expose people who have never seen races before. and there is three big cruise ships tied up in san francisco. heading out to see the sites. >> and we wanted to see aquarium. >> there is not a lot of folks and i asked if they would consider coming back next september. >> just making a trip to see that? >> i think i would. >> and this is kids that would love it. >> and i think she meant they'd love to see the boats not larry elly.son there. is a big crowd headed for the city next week. there are some people told us no. there is no interest in watching but then, they'll be here, perhaps. and perhaps thil see the yachts that is part of the plan. >> and there is a great shot. >> does it look chilly out there? >> sandhya patel is in for spencer. it has been cooler. >> take a look behind me from our roof camera. there is fog already over the bay. and it's going to be dense tonight. so morning commute watch out. there is live picture now. you have to see this, check it out this, is from our camera.
's not too big of a deal for them. >> city leaders hope the new law will force consumers to be more ecofriendly and carry reusable tote bags with them on shopping trips. san francisco's existing plastic bag ban applies only to chain grocery and drug stores. the new law will cover most mom and pop stores, too, as well as the national chains. >>> governor brown today is giving juveniles a second chance by saying no to a controversial therapy and denying children multiple parents. the governor signed a bill that will give some juvenile sentenced to life without parole a chance to earn it, but not before serving at least 15 years. he also approved a bill ending a type of psychotherapy making gay teenagers straight. governor vetoed a bill that would allow judges to decide if some parents should have more than two legal parents. brown still has more bills to sign or veto before midnight. >>> still to come on abc7 news at six, nearly 50,000 people and $120 million in revenue. the big convention that's drawing a huge crowd. the efforts to save a community mural. we will tell you what commun
progress and she'll keep us updated. sky 7 hd can't fly over the city because fog too thick. so we'll get you live pictures if it can ni there is a tracking street by street and again, using abc 7 waze app. and this is a free app. you can down load it free so now there are clear on the embark dareo there is a jam up, normal approaches to the trae and you can see 80 and 101 just jammed here there is so far we've been saying it's normal friday get away traffic and there is harrison and first around mosconi center. there is no significant problems with critical mass at this point. this free and once again, a live shot is 101 and 80 it's bumper to bumper at this time less than 10 miles per hour. >> and if you haven't done so, now might be a good time to down load waze app. >> here is a look at what is coming up. fleet week and hardly strictly blue grass festival. >> there is a astro street fair, a possible giants prayoff game and 49ers on sunday. and there is waze can down load you around the construction. >> and moving on a shoplifting suspect has taken her son from a home and made suicidal
of the event. there is an event that could be the biggest yet. >> and the city police chief says he's been told to expect 10,000 cyclists, maybe more. those who take part in critical mass say they're fighting a car-centric society. >> we're second class citizens on the road. >> so they set out to make their presence known. the critical mass movement was born. >> there is all day long, every day. so we turn tables so we're go tg say here we're. -here. respect our space for just a few hours. >> there is no predicting who will show up on the last friday of the month or which streets they'll take over. and sometimes there are hundreds and sometimes, thousands. most are peaceful and others turned into ugly contron taigss there is one side in 1997 ended with 250 arrested. and another in 2007 caused the then mayor to say it's losing hearts and minds of the community. >> this is counter productive. >> now there is international influence. this man is here italy to celebrate the anniversary. >> we have critical mass in five, six town autos leaders once talked tough, now there is an avid cyclist. >> this
of commerce president says the repositioning is unfortunate but not a death blow to the city. >> they're searching for employees. this mall is going to employ over 2000 people. >> there are 67-year-old woman is in grave condition after being hit by a bart pickup truck today, she was crossing the street when struck by the pick up. there is a police asking for your help in identifying this man. a serial bank robber. the same man hit two u.s. bank branches in sunnyvale and one in san jose in the past three week autos tonight a former private investigator who admits to or chess straighting a scandal that rocked the sheriff's office is headed to prison. and there are late details in the case against christopher butler. >> butler attorney told us his client was caught up in trying to become a reality tv star and that led him to commit felonies now, he's heading to prison and determined to take others with him. as part of the plea deal a judge sentenced a former investigator to eight years in federal prison. the probation department recommended more than 12. his attorney says the sentence is
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